You GUYZ!! We finally get to see Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler together again! And just when you thought it'd never happen…
Drew has officially signed on to star in a Warner Bros. romantic comedy opposite her The Wedding Singer co-star.
Revolving around a man and a woman, the untitled project (that’s been in the works since 2007) picks up after the two go on a catastrophically bad date, only to later get stuck at a holiday resort with their kids from former marriages. Sounds disastrously hilarious!
Both actors have famously co-starred in 1998’s The Wedding Singer as well as 2004’s rom-com 50 First Dates.
Here's to hoping for some "church tongue!" Who knows? Maybe they'll even sing!!
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AH! It's only fitting that on the same day that all of the best films, actors, and overall creative talent in Hollywood are recognized for their contributions to the industry, that the WORST are also given their moment to shine!
And that is why we couldn't be more DELIGHTED to let you know that at last night's 2013 33rd Annual Razzie Awards, it was The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 that took home ALMOST ALL the awards at the ceremony!
Who were the lucky recipients of the supreme honor, you may ask?
Congrats to all the winners at this year's People's Choice Awards!
And in case you missed a single minute, here's a complete list of your favorite music, movies, TV and more from 2012!
And the winners are:
Adam Sandler beat Channing Tatum??
Is Channing's face OK?
Oh, he beat him out for the People's Choice Award for Best Comedic Actor! Well, that makes sense we guess. He does have a lot more practice.
Sadly, this doesn't bode well for That's My Boy's chances of winning those Razzies they were nominated for!
Speaking of Adam's boy, who's his favorite member of One Direction, according to his acceptance speech? He says:
"Five way tie."
Ha! Us too! And that's no joke!
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The nominations for the Hollywood's "Worst Achievements in Film" are in!!
This year's Razzies Awards is crammed will repeat offenders (i.e. Adam Sandler, Tyler Perry and Katherine Heigl). BUT the real winner goes to the final installment of The Twilight Saga!
Clearly, the "academy" took FULL advantage of their last chance to pick on Twilight — which was nominated for 11 out of the Razzies' 10 categories! HA!
Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner all got nods for their work. As well as DOUBLE nod for "Worst Screen Couple" for Edward and Bella AND Jacob and Little Renesmee.
K-Stew's fellow Worst Actress nominees include Barbra Streisand for the Guilt Trip, Katherine Heigl for her part in One For The Money, Milla Jovovich, Resident Evil #5: Retribution, and, of course, Tyler Perry in drag! LOLz!
See a full list of Razzie Award Nominations… AFTER THE JUMP!!
But, but… it's for a good cause!
For one reason or another, Kanye West is the only artist from last week's Madison Square Garden benefit concert whose performance wasn't included in the compilation album, 12-12-12 The Concert for Sandy Relief.
The reason for his absence isn't immediately clear, but sources claim the decision was made by the superstar rapper and/or his people!
Was it an off night for Kanye? Maybe he's embarrassed he wore a skirt on stage (above)?
Will the 13-song medley instead be the backing soundtrack to an inevitable Kanye & Kim Kardashian porn the entire world is breathlessly anticipating?!
We have NO idea!
Even Adam Sandler is happy to throw in his parody cover of Hallelujah; we can't fathom why Kanye would be reluctant to include his set!!
The concert album was released digitally on Tuesday is expected to sell around 150K units in its first week.
[Image via 121212Concert.Org.]
If there's one New Yorker who has no problem flipping the bird to Hurricane Sandy, it's famed funny man Adam Sandler!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlariously touching original song he performed at Madison Square Garden, Sandy, Screw Ya! (above)!
The 12-12-12 relief song pokes fun at Lindsay Lohan and Mark Sanchez, but, more than that, it's about manufacturing solidarity between New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut!
And it's absolutely epic!
His brilliant parody of the Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah brings a smile to our face and several tears to our eye at the same time!
We forgive you for You Don't Mess with the Zohan, Adam! We forgive you!